Kid Friendly: Boredom Buster Kit

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Summer has just started and I’m already hearing the kids moan about being bored. I actually think it’s good for kids to be bored at times, for them to discover creative activities on their own, but I also mix in a healthy dose of structured activities to keep us all sane. This printable Boredom Buster Kit couldn’t have come at a better time!

The activities are great for kids ages 6-12, but I’ve found that I can usually modify activities so my almost 3 year old can also participate. The Boredom Buster Kit includes 10 projects, which several activities in each, plus 3 bonus printables. My son especially loves the Science Journal, which includes instructions for an awesome homemade tornado and slime! The Mini Cooking Class has an awesome recipe for hummus, which my son is obsessed with making! The Finish the Doodle pages are also hours of fun!

Boredom Buster Kit copy

 I really appreciate that this Boredom Buster Kit encourages learning and creativity in a fun way (that doesn’t involve television or electronics)! A great way to continue learning in the summertime. Plus, you don’t have to search Pinterest for activities. These are all mom tested, kid approved activities that come in one convenient kit!


The Boredom Buster Kit is $20 and includes the bonus printables or you can purchase the following kits separately: Adventure Kit for $12, Creative Kit for $12 & Reading Enrichment Kit for $12. Use Code BUSTERS10 to receive 10% off through July 31st.

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Welcome to See Vanessa Craft! I’m Vanessa, an MSSW and mom of two in Arizona, and I’m happy you’re here to get inspired with me. It’s my mission in life to spread creativity through crafts, recipes, travel and more in order to live a life well lived.